# Standards in Mathematics EDN 322 Standards in Mathematics

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Standards in Mathematics EDN 322

Standards in Mathematics n What do you think about when you hear the term “standards? ” n Do we need standards? If so, why?

Why do we need standards? n To set uniform expectations for students n To provide a basis for equal opportunity to learn n To ensure that students in other areas of the state or country are receiving a similar education

Why do we need standards? n To establish explicit criteria for a meaningful accountability system n To provide a foundation for defining the knowledge and skills teachers need in order to provide instruction for students

Standards for Creating Standards (AERA) Standards should … n Be grounded in core academic disciplines and should cover what students should know and be able to do n Address only the essentials n Not “prescribe” teaching methods, devise classroom strategies, or substitute for lesson plans n Crystal clear to everyone: students, parents and teachers

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics n n n Membership of NCTM History of curriculum change 1957 - Sputnik 1960’s – new math 1970’s – back to basics 1980’s – development of standards

The NCTM Content Standards n Number and Operations n Algebra n Geometry n Measurement n Data Analysis and Probability

The NCTM Process Standards n Problem Solving n Reasoning and Proof n Communication n Connections n Representation

The NCTM Principles for School Mathematics n Equity Principle n Curriculum Principle n Teaching Principle n Learning Principle n Assessment Principle n Technology Principle

The NCTM Principles for School Mathematics n Equity Principle n Curriculum Principle n Teaching Principle n Learning Principle n Assessment Principle n Technology Principle

Developmentally Appropriate Practice …Applying child development knowledge in making thoughtful and appropriate decisions about early childhood program practices.

NAEYC Principles n Curriculum is consistent with current recommendations from professional societies and research on how children learn. n Curriculum address a broad range of content that is relevant, engaging and meaningful to students

NAEYC Principles cont’t Curriculum allows for focus on topics while integrating across curriculum areas. n Curriculum actively engages children in the learning process. n Curriculum emphasizes reasoning, problem solving and decision making. n

NAEYC Principles con’t n Curriculum builds on children’s sense of competence and an enjoyment of learning. n Curriculum acknowledges the importance of social interactions. n Curriculum builds on children’s prior knowledge and fosters acquisition of new skills and concepts.

What resources are available? n NCTM, principles and Standards for School Mathematics http: //www. nctm. org n NC Standard Course of Study http: //www. dpi. state. nc. us OR http: //www. learnnc. org n The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) www. naeyc. org

Powerpoint Location www. uncw. edu/ed/cs n Click on faculty and staff listing n Click on Ms. Karen R. Chandler n Web page will appear n Click on EDN 322 Course Page n Click on Class Notes n

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